Using object storage as a backup target
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Re: Immutable Backup on Azure Blob

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@gostev any further update on this. Are we still looking at V12 and if so what’s a ball park release date for that. I have a lot of clients I’m wanting to get working with this but not sure how long I can wait and don’t really want the go the AWS path then have to change and re upload all backups

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Re: Immutable Backup on Azure Blob

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Hi Rhys,

There are no significant updates. At this time, v12 (our immediate next major release in 2022) is the earliest release vehicle where we can potentially deliver this feature. Though there are still dependencies on Microsoft making this functionality generally available in time, and the following internal testing results.

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Re: Immutable Backup on Azure Blob

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rhysgjones wrote: Jul 22, 2021 2:07 pmdon’t really want the go the AWS path then have to change and re upload all backups
Please note that this will likely be required to leverage immutability in any case. No cloud object storage vendor out there supports enabling object-level locking on an existing bucket, and from what we know Azure will have the same limitation.

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